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good morning thank you for joining us i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. i stepped out the door i didn't need coffee the cold weather woke me up. >> that is true. it's cool and windy for some. at this time of year it's a very cool pattern. and wind. it will be sunny today but not very warm. in fact temperatures staying cool. highest gusts will be on the coast and in the hill. here is sal. good morning. right now highway 4 is off to a decent start here. you can see it coming up to the bay point area. and we're also looking at the compute here if you are driving on the sunol grade. now back to the desk. at 5:00 we will begin with developing news from the south bay. it involves a pg&e substation that was the scene of trouble just one month ago. janine de la vega is joining us live. she is right there in south san jose. what happened? >> reporter: there are sheriffs
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deputy cars parked out here. you can also see there is private security. they've been flashing their lights. there was a search going on here earlier after a suspicious person was seen. what we are hearing a suspicious man was seen on the pg&e property a couple hours ago. again near met calf road and monterey highway. security shined their flashlights on them and he went running toward monterey highway. this is the same substation that was vandalized a month ago. police called it sabotage because they cut fiberoptic cables and fired a rifle at the substation. that knocked out 911 calls and caused oil to leak from their trance former -- transformers. we know security has been tight here. we put in a call to the sheriffs department to find out about the search that was done here a couple hours ago and what they came up with.
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we are starting to hear back from them as well as the pg&e we called them to find out and we have not heard back. it appears the suspicious person has not been located. they are still on high alert here making sure that person doesn't come back. and we will update you as soon as we get a call back from the sheriff's department and pg&e to sort of find out the situation here. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. time now 5:02. we are still following breaking news from orlando florida. fbi agents shot and killed a friend of tamerlan tsarnaev. no details but they do confirm one man was killed. the man who was shot was tar damage. he is from chechnya and knew
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tsarnaev but was not involved in the bombing. high winds and cooler temperatures are causing problems around the bay area. tara moriarty joins us now from the great highway with a look at large sand drifts that have closed part of the road. >> reporter: yeah. you can see the wind has blown this sand into drifts. it's up to my waist in some spots. it's actually hard to climb up. if you look over here it's piled so high. it will take a long time to clear all the sand out of the roadway. now in berkeley some heavy limbs fell on the 1800 block of sacramento street. the branches hit a white van damaging the hood. crews are there removing the limbs. up in the north bay high winds toppled a 75-foot tree which snagged wires around 9:15 last night. the tree landed on top of a car
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and 360 people were without power until 3:30 this morning. public works crew had to cut the tree into pieces to be hauled away. a high wind advisory was in effect last night but it was ca they are all experiencing windy conditions but the winds have calmed down. and at their strongest the winds were 36-45 miles an hour offshore and um at the point rays -- and up at the point rays lighthouse. generally we are looking at 20- 30 miles an hour gusts at the ever coast and hills. the wind is blowing the sand on top and the sand has rippled here. definitely stay away from the great highway this morning. live in san francisco i'm tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. now to our continuing coverage of the disaster in oklahoma. 38,000 homes and businesses are still without power this morning. homeland security sister janet
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napolitano will meet william leader -- will meet william leaders to make -- will meet with leaders to make sure they are receiving the assistance they need. >> it just looked like bombs had been ignited everywhere. there is a car part in my bedroom. everything is gone. >> searchers think they have found everyone that was buried in the rubble. if you'd like to donate to the tornado victims, you can check out our website in the today's hot topic section. there is a link to a list of disaster relief organizations. they include some of the lesser known charities such as the convoy of hope and operation blessing. time is 5:05. new this morning san francisco police arrested one man and they are still out there looking for another one after a burglary at a private high school. just hours ago, the suspects
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broke into lick will more ding high school. police say they have recovered a backpack belonging to one of the suspects. claudine wong will have much more in a live report coming up at 5:30 including how one of the neighbor's helped police make the arrest. in just hours from now the woman in charged of the irs division that handles tax exempt investigations will testify in a hearing. coming up at 5:15 why we probably won't learn much from lois learner about the irs targeting conservative groups. the white house is honoring ten lgbt officials today for harvey milk day. john laird is currently serving as secretary of natural resources. laid became one of the first openingly gay mayors. he also served in the state
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legislature. some conservative groups are protesting the day honoring the first openingly gay lawmaker. the group savecalifornia.com is running radio ads calling on parents to boycott their children and keep them home from school. their children home from school. the san francisco school district says the lesson plan teaches children to reject prejudice and embrace diversity. several events will be held in the bay area today. admission to the glbt history museum in san francisco is free. daniel a former employee of milk's and milk's speech writer will speak at a reading. that is tonight at 7:30. milk became the first openingly gay lawmaker in california when he won a seat on the san francisco board of supervisors in 1977. he was assassinated a year later. time is 5:07. it's early and we can kind of smile a little bit. so far so good. >> yeah you are right.
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we are doing pretty well to start off this early wednesday morning. looking at the roads you will see that traffic is there is certainly people out there but it's still wide open for you. starting off with 80 westbound coming in from vallejo and carquinez bridge. it does look pretty good people who get on the road early count on it being this way. heading out to the bay bridge toll plaza. that is why we are around so early. but this morning we are off to a good start. this morning's commute is northbound 280 getting up to highway 17 that traffic is looking good. did i mention we go on the air starting at 4:30 a.m.. yikes. hello steve. >> when did that happen? >> we've been doing it for years. >> well, glad to be aboard. talk about a cool pattern. i haven't dug deep enough. i'm sure there is upper 40s. it will be sunny today. great visibility. chamber of commerce day.
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you will have to wake up to the photographer and say go look at the golden gate bridge. sunshine and really cool pattern. chilly lows or cold lows. i think the wind was the main factor was yesterday. but it will still be blustery at times. only a couple 50s holding on. even san jose is 49. novato is 46. livermore is 47. these are really cool for theism of year. some locations say calm. strongest gusts i've seen are at the point rays lighthouse. that is about 40 miles an hour. half-moon bay north, northwest. there is still breezy conditions. 42 in tahoe. 46 in ukiah. ukiah was only 67. pretty impressive system up in the pacific northwest. we get the cool and the breeze. windy for some definitely sunny
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and breezy. temperatures staying on the cool side here. 68 in clear lake. 72 novato. 68 vallejo. 71 in walnut creek. 64 alameda. san jose 68. santa clara fremont in there. cupertino not far away. 50s and 60s coast or in the city. not much change through friday. maybe a little warmer on the weekend but another cool pattern next week. time now 5:10. and a strange distracted driving case in the south bay. how a mcdonald's hamburger is costing taxpayers $5 million. >> there is nothing i can do to take back what i did. i really wish that i could. >> jodi arias pleads with the jury not to put her to death but did it help her? good morning. 80 westbound traffic is busy. we'll tell you more about the morning commute. if
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. 5:13 is the time right now. jodi arias is pleading with a jury to spare her life so she can be a benefit to society. arias told jurors she can help other women if she is sentenced to life in prison. she would spend her time in prison making wigs for women with cancer. establish prison recycling programs and designing t-shirts for victims of domestic abuse.
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she also talked about her interest in art. showing jurors her drawings and paintings of celebrities. >> over the years i have spent an incarceration. i have received many requests. because my case was pending, i didn't have the time. in prison i will. >> a jury found arias guilty of first degree murder in the stabbing and shooting death of her exboyfriend travis alexander. arias says she did not get a fair trial because attorneys did not call three witnesses. time is 5:14. a far reaching immigration reform bill is on its way to the u.s. senate. with 13 yes votes and five no votes the senate judiciary committee passed the bill yesterday. it provide new program for low
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skilled foreign labor. the woman at the center of the irs scandal is pleading the fifth. still within the next hour lois learner has to appear before a but as kyla campbell reports, learner's lawyer says she has a right to say nothing. kyla. >> reporter: dave, this was a highly anticipated hearing because it would be the the first time that learner would speak before congress. learner was the head of the tax exempt exhibit of the irs when her employees targeted conservative groups. scoping out names that included tea party and patriot. learner may not say anything at this morning's hearings but we have already heard her thoughts on what irs employers did at a speech of the american bar association. >> that was wrong. that was absolutely incorrect. it was insensitive and it was inappropriate. >> reporter: republicans say
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learner pleading the fifth is an indication she broke the law. what the irs and inspector general have to say about that accusation next. santa clara county has agreed to a $5 million settlement in a distracted driving case. a 78-year-old man was badly hurt. investigators say three things caused the deputy to take his eyes off the wheel. a mcdonald's hamburger he was eating. a radio microphone that got stuck. and a light switch he was trying to turn off when he hit the victim's car. two innocent people were hurt in a police chase that end with a head on crash. officers say they were chasing a blue suv that was involved in a residential burglary when the suv hit another car. two innocent people in that car suffered moderate injuries.
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the suv driver was not hurt and arrested at the scene. it was raining money on richmond's police chief last night after he finds a large sum of money blowing around on a city sidewalk. whether or not he thought about keeping it and how the rightful owner came to claim it. the queen of soul aretha franklin taking a break for the whole month of june. she announced she is rescheduling her show for next month. she will resume her tour in july. she hasn't given any details about that medical treatment. a sixth grader from hillsborough is among the finalists in the national geographic spelling bee. he likes things like international affairs, politics, and baseball stats.
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the nation-wide contest quizes the competitors about history, landmarks and climates. the winner gets a $25,000 college scholarship. >> that is exciting. 5:17 is the time. sal is is covering traffic. any problems, sal? >> you know, we are doing pretty well, pam and dave. we are off to a good start watching all the roads and to see what we have. let's take a look at the compute on interstate 880. it's a little bit windy as steve has been mentioning. the wind is not high enough for the chp to post any advisories on the bridges but it is a little gusty out there. san mateo bridge traffic is moving okay as you drive out from the high-rise. this is the bridge by the way when it is windy if you will notice it. you don't need a wind advisory to have me tell you just make sure you're not drifting into somebody elses lane there. 101 that traffic is moving along nicely. now let's go to steve.
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sal, it sounds like your need a weather man to know which way the wind blows. >> you do. >> today you do. it's blowing out of the north, northwest. you had difference in pressure gradins. very strong low for this time of year. the breeze is still there for some. it will be a breezy, windy day. we do have rain to the north. the lows are incredible. napa 41. a lot of 40s even on the coast even down in san jose. concord, livermore 47. sfo49-degrees. that is pretty impressive low. if you're traveling up to seattle, it will not be very warm. a few little showers flash and dash. maybe a few high clouds lake county and mendocino county. temperatures really mainly in the 60s inland or around the bay. clearlake 68.
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farther north cooler weather. generally a lot of upper 60s or very, very low 70s including san jose is in there. santa toga. everybody 60s. 50s and 60s on the coast and in san francisco. sunny and breezy continues. few high clouds. a slight warmup on the weekend but a stronger system looks like it will move in next week. thank you, steve. european markets are slipping this morning. investors taking profits after the british market hit a 12- year high. the nikkei gained more than 1.1%. checking in on the u.s. markets. futures pointing to a pretty good opening. decent gains. jp -- some major shareholders wanted to keep diamond as chief executive but it will the top
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job. time now 5:20. the latest attraction at facebook's headquarters. these cute little friends that have made themselves at home. a bay area electronic firm invents smart gun technology. how the safety advice works in case a gun falls into the wrong hands.
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news.
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a new safety device in case a gun falls into the wrong hands. they created a microchip that acts as a wireless controller. it would trigger an alarm on the gun own ear's cell phone if someone attempts to steal the weapon. now the owner could then punch a button that disabled the firearm. the device would cost about $50 initially and $12 for an annual subscription. santa rosa based midironnic announced plans to cut $2,000 jobs worldwide. 70 of the job cuts will be in california. the company has not said how many of the positions are based in santa rosa but says all effected employees have been notified. the staff reductions will effect the cardiac and vascular unit. the police chief of richmond searching for someone who lost a lot of cash. take a look. this is the police evidence envelope. it is filled with cash. last night chief chris magnus
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was walking out of a restaurant when he saw the cash blowing around the on the sidewalk. the chief said he started scooping it up and then he saw a wallet with even more money in it but no id. >> honestly i didn't think of keeping it because first of all i think i'm pretty well compensated and it's part of my job to make sure property gets back to people it belongs to. >> now the police chief says all the money was collected. it's now at the richmond police department. the aniler have to describe the wallet, what was in it, and the amount of money that was lost. a family of foxes likes facebook menlo park campus. the mother has been there for about a year but it wasn't until recently that her three babies were spotted. they have 11,000 likes on their own facebook page. the company has met with fish and wildlife and plan to leave the foxes where they are unless they bother employees or vice
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versa. sal, they have more likes on their pages than i do. >> but they are cute. very cute. >> they are cute. >> let's take a look at the commute now. traffic is moving along pretty well on san jose. on the sunol grade southbound 680 through fremont it's a very nice drive heading south. let's two to steve. thank you. a couple upper 30s. there are cool lows. i'm sure there will be some in the north bay as well. a very, very chilly low. it will be sunny today. breezy. temperatures mainly 60s or low 70s. pam. thank you, steve. 5:26 is the time. fears of crime following the oklahoma tornado. the observant eye of one homeowner last night. plus the state plans to reduce lewding in the troubled areas. a scary morning for one san francisco family who wakes up to noises in their yard and
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looks out and see police arresting a man. we'll tell you about what happened and the search for the suspect under way. developing news in the south bay. sheriffs deputy race to a pg&e substation for the second time in one month.
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good morning to you. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook.
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it's almost 5:30. and windy and cold and it will continue it sounds like. >> well it's march, pam. [ laughter ] >> it feels like march. >> may here. i know. very unusual pattern for us. i guess we were due. we went four months with sunshine and warm temperatures all the way from january and hardly any rain. well, things have changed. we are not getting the rain but we do get the cool, breezy conditions. here is sal. steve, gone. westbound 24 the traffic here looks pretty good getting up to the caldecott tunnel with no major problems on the way through. we have video of an suv fire from a few hours ago. firefighters were called to 86th avenue and e-street around 3:30 a.m.. there was no one in the vehicle and no one was hurt. the fire started in the engine compartment. let's go back to the desk. we are following developing news from the south bay. it involves a pg&e substation that was a scene of trouble just a month ago. janine de la vega is joining us
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live. you are right there. so what happened out there? >> reporter: security is on heightened alert here at the pg&e substation. that is because earlier this morning a suspicious man was seen here near coyote ranch road. that was around 3:00 this morning. sheriffs deputies are here now at the substation because we understand that they aided in a search for that man. security guards at pg&e spotted a white man in his 20s with a goatee wearing all black clothing across from the transformer area. they shine their lights on him and he ran away toward monterey highway. security had already been tightened here at the substation because vandals hit it last month. they also cut fiberoptic cables which knocked out 911 service to gilroy and other phone service. now the vandal or vandals in that incident haven't been
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caught so of course that is why this is a cause for concern for pg&e and sheriffs deputies. i'm told they are stationed here 24/7. we plan on talking to pg&e to see if there ising in else they will do as a rut of that. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. new this morning police are investigating after a san francisco high school was broken into over night. ktvu channel 2 reporter claudine wong joins us now on ocean avenue with how police helped make the arrest and they are still looking for someone. >> reporter: we have been able to confirm one perp is in custody but they are searching
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for one more all pause of a burglary that happened right here. it happened just after 3:30 this morning. our ktvu crew was living by when the police were rerespondenting. what we know hopped is two suspects were in the skiy. she describes what she heard. >> i opened the door and i thought they broke my plants. >> kind of scary. >> very scary. because i was sound asleep. >> reporter: so she was sound asleep. she heard a rumbling. that rumbling was the sound of them breaking down her fence. they arrested the suspect on her porch and she had a little trouble getting back to sleep for obvious reasons.
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police tell us this was a robbery or blowly today. the thieves tried to get around with 15-20 laptops. one suspect is still on the loose. in over night news police in richmond are searching for the gunman responsible for a frightening shooting. police tell ktvu news a man with a gunfired more than 20shots at a car parked on the street. one man inside the car was wounded. his female passenger was not hurt. no word on any possible motive. 5:34 back to our coverage of the tornado disaster in moore, oklahoma. now lewding is making things worse. last night police arrested two men suspected of ransacking storm damaged homes.
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bags full of stolen items was seized. one homeowner called cops saying he -- the plans to issue homeowners with a badge. there is also a us out pouring. volunteers spent rooms repedding stop lights in haiti. the group's reconstruction -- rope to if virginia chris army. six special races are already there -- if you want to help as well go to our channel 2
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website. there is a link to a list of disaster relief organizations. this is the second day that medical boric workers at five uc centers will walk the picket line. hundreds of respiratory therapists, custodians, medical technicians and nursing aids chanted outside of ucsf. they say the hospitals are under staffed but visitors during the first day of the strike says replacement workers are are also doing a good job. hospital executives say they are opposing pension reform that has already been accepted by some other mes. today's chronical reports cal tran after learning they
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have been afrom they were tightened to far lower tension levels. experts say tension is a key factor in causing high strength steel to snap. something that has already happened on the new bay bridge. time now 5:36. it's official in case you didn't hear the super bowl is coming to the bay area. >> super bowl 2016 has been awarded to san francisco. [ cheering and applause ] >> do you think they're happy? that was a happy seen in santa clara yesterday. the nfl was announcing the bay area will host. >> what a great day to have all of these people celebrating us. and we're going to have a super bowl. >> you have tears in your eyes. >> i do. >> now super bowl l will be a
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regional event for the bay area. plans are already under way for big plans in san francisco. among other things a part of market street from the ferry building to union square will be transformed into super bowl village. now cities hosting the superbowl. we right now we are talking hockey. and you can't count out the san jose sharks. last night at hp pavilion they beat the stanley cup champion los angeles kings 2-1. the sharks lost the first two game, now they have won the last two to even out the series. nick gallagher who has been battling cancer for the past seven years. fully always wanted to meet the
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sharks for the fist time. the red cross was there collecting donations for the victims of the oklahoma tornado. >> jet story -- great story wish him well. sal, i thought i heard you hollering in the background. >> you can hear me from where i live. i should turn it down. traffic is starting off well on this wednesday morning. we are looking at live pictures we don't normally see here. traffic does move well on interstate 880 here in oakland. at the toll plaza the traffic will be okay. it's a little bit of slow traffic in some of the lanes as ewe can see. but the traffic is moving along relatively well. there are no major problems by the way if you are driving on the bridge into san francisco. but it could be a little bit windy this morning.
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we want to talk about 580 at the altamont pass. this is just outside of livermore. there is an accident at grant line road in the center divide. we also want to look at the south bay. the road sensors are not showing a lot of activity there. the same thing for the peninsula. it's a pretty good drive on 101 and 280. let's go to steve. >> thank you. a very good morning. upper 30s and 40s for some. a lot of 40s even by the coast. and areas that should be much warmer. highs will be very cool today. we have cool, breezy conditions. the wind was really roaring yesterday. up to 40 miles an hour plus. san francisco starting off 49. we will go 62 for a high. it will just stay cool. there won't be any fog. that has been wiped out. sunshine and chilly lows. nothing to support the fog if there is no heat in the valley. so the windy conditions will continue. now it could be a few high clouds to the north but overall sunny. 41 walnut creek. 41 napa. fairfield at 42. incredibly cool for this time
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of year. and it wasn't for any kind of breeze we would be even colder. now it sends all the rain, snow up toward seattle, portland, or extreme southern oregon. we are just getting the cooler air. occasionally these showers skirt by north western california. sunny and breezy. windy for some. stay cool. and what is interesting there is a stronger low poised to move in next monday or tuesday. and then i might talk about rain but only 60s or low. 70s as far as everybody here. really cool pattern for many just staying below average. should be closer to about 80 for some. and along the coast should be closer to mid 60s or 70s around bait. we're not going to warm up any time soon. high clouds and cooler pattern into the weekend. time is 5:41. he resigned from congress but anthony weiner says he's coming back. >> i know i let a lot of people down. >> why he wants another chance.
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what he wants to do and will he be tweeting during his campaign. a new proposal for events in san francisco that could make the cost of your ticket more expensive. good morning highway 4. it looks like it's off to a good start. we'll tell you more about the traffic. ♪ [ roars ] ♪ [ roars ] ♪ [ roars ] ♪ [ roars ] ♪
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good morning. a very, very cool morning. it will be sunny, breezy to windy today. highs 60s or very low 70s. steve, welcome back. good morning, to you. here's a quick look at some of the top stories we are following for you right now at 5:44. boy strong winds here in the bay area causing problems. now this 75-foot tree knocked out power around mill valley in some areas. lasted until about 3:30 this
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morning. our cameras caught a downed tree in berkeley and there are wind warnings on the bay bridge. we are also following developing news from santa clara county. a suspicious man was spotted near the pg&e substation. think back there were apparent acts of sabotage last month. someone cut fiberoptic cables at the plant and knocked out some 911 service. and this morning a woman in charge of the irs division the one that handles tax exempt applications is refusing to testify at a congressional hearing investigating the irs scandal. lois learner's attorney says she will take the fifth because of a criminal investigation by the justice department. we are hearing reports that the fbi has identified five men in libya it believes may have been involved in the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. reportedly the u.s. has a man
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under around the clock surveillance. they have enough information to justify the u.s. military grabbing the suspects but not enough evidence to try them in civilian court. we are also hearing it was farmer cia director david petraeus that had the talking he asked petraeus to -- so they would not disclose classified information. a former congressman from new york who resigned in the middle of a tweeting scandal he is running for mayor of new york city. >> i made big mistakes and i know a lot of people down but i also learned tough lessons. i'm running for mayor because i'm been fighting for the middle class. >> that is anthony weiner. made his candidacy official. he is asking voters for a second chance.
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he resigned from office after graphic photos that he sent to female twitter followers became public. he rejoined twitter last month. he's already tweeting about hiss his political campaign. los angeles has a new political leader. early this morning city councilman eric claimed victory in the you're election. he will become the first jewish mayor in los angeles history. city controller wendy called him this morning. she conceded and congratulated him. eric takes office on july 1st. we have new details about the deadly shooting of two teenage girl's in oakland. last year the girls were shot multiple times near brook dale park. yesterday in court a witness testified that the girl's were with the defendant 18-year-old di januaryty power when hesiod
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his girlfriend. the preliminary hearing is expected to end today. time now 5:47. a new clue has surfaced in the disappearance of an oakland man who took part in sunday's bay to breakers race. a life guard found bo's shoes and maroon football jersey at the beach restaurant in san francisco. that is the same area where his phone, credit cards, and passport were all. the richmond city council may try to sue chevron over that fire that sent 15,000 people to the hospital. the city council voted to hire a law firm if an agreement is not reached in 30 days. the city plans to hire the same law firm that represented victims of the san intellect as
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we have been egg cities hosting the super bowl stands to make a lot of money. during the 2012 super bowl the metro area there saw an estimated $325 million in league and fan spending. and this year's game in new orleans brought in $480 million to that city. in the meantime there is a wide range of estimates for super bowl l but most say it will probably be a your next big event could cath cost a little extra. that would include giants games, concert, and outside lands. the additional fee would be between $1-2. the money would go toward buying new mine knee light rail vehicles or upgrading the current ones. he is asking the city
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controllers office to. there is a cig alert i will really have to pay. >> i know. good morning, everybody. it is wednesday. we feel a little better than monday. most of us any way. let's take a look at westbound bay bridge as you come up to the toll plaza. there is a little bit of delay but nothing major yet. usually the metering lights go on at 6:15 or so. also the morning commute has been okay on the san mateo bridge. the wind advisories are no longer up but it might be a little gusty for your dry across this particular bridge. it's always kind of gusty there. sometimes you headache sure you stay in your lane. let's go to steve.
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sal, why don't we make weather and traffic an app. we will just charge 99 cents. >> they there you go. group discount. clear skies. oh man it's cool. if it wasn't for any kind of breeze we would be cooler. it will be sunny that is a good news. just breezy to -- 42 in fairfield. 41 in napa. there is a lot of 40s here. the breeze is holding some of these up. so sunny but continued breezy today after some very cool lows. remember monday when it was 90 degrees? 90 degrees on monday. today we'll bottom out and keep it there for a day or two. low up here will be replaced by next week by a stronger system which might give us some rain next week. we'll see. sunny and breezy. windy for some. temperatures in the 50s, 60s,.
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very, very below average for almost every inland location. probably for awhile. a little -- hundreds of local jobs will be cut. net app will cut 900 jobs but did not give a timeline on when that will happen. the announcement came as the sunnyvale based company pushed sales. but net app says the higher operating costs outweighed increased revenues. ford is adding a week of production at 20 of its north american companies. this is the second year in a row that ford has shut down the factories for just one week of the year to transition new model year cars. it's also adding extra shifts with 75% of its plants now operating around the clock. time now 5:52.
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pushing a button make sure to report potholes.
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good morning. a little breezy for some. windy for others. temperatures cool. 60s or low 70s. cooler this morning but warm weather in the bay area is blamed for a rise in rattlesnake bites. the sonoma county reptile center is getting a lot of rattlesnake calls this time of year. most of the victims are dogs. they say if you are bitten the best thing to do is wash the area with soap and water and head for the closest hospital. richmond is getting a new full service grocer this week. grocery outlet will open a new 14,000 square foot store tomorrow. it's located right off of interstate 80 through the intersection with mcdonald avenue. this will be the second grocery store in the city of richmond. people who live in vallejo can notify the city about potholes with their smart phones. vallejo officials are asking users to report potholes,
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burned out streetlights, and graffiti. users can provide a gps location and up load a photo. but don't do that while you are living. i will help you out as much as i can. we do have an injury crash in santa rosa. accidental at fulton. this is in the western part of santa rosa. let's take a look at 280 north and southbound. the traffic here looks pretty good getting up to highway 17. and this morning's commute is moving along very nicely if you are driving on the sunol grade. now back to you at the desk. coming up next in our 6:00 hour a deadly shooting in florida involving an fbi agent. the connection it may have to the boston marathon bombing. plus developing news from santa claire ram county. new trouble at a pg&e
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substation. the same one that was vandalized last month. it's a how much cooler pattern. it will be sunny but how about those forecasted highs? before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible.
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good morning. it was the scene of an apparent
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sabotage last month. why sheriffs deputies went back to a pg&e crime scene. a deadly shooting in florida. the reason gunfire could be tied to a boston marathon bombing. two burglars target a san francisco high school but neighbors stopped them in their tracks. we'll tell you how when the ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >> it's a little cool out. it's cold for some. we are getting reports

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